Metal office furniture company Steelcase collaborates with a number of creatives, including Henn Architects and Patrick Jouin & Manku Design, in a progressive office interior arrangement for the Learning + Innovation Center (LINC) in Munich, Germany. The professionals tap into a number of strategies from contemporary movements to produce "the office of tomorrow."
LINC enjoys a floor-to-ceiling glazed facade that allows for natural light to trickle in, thereby energizing the workers, as well as the spaces. Taking up 14,400 square meters, the progressive office interior features areas that are specifically arranged to host conversations for social or collaborative purposes. Other places boast a more secluded design that ensures employees are able to concentrate on getting a job finished. With highly artistic and modern furniture located throughout the space of the progressive office, the project truly pushes the boundaries of the professional environment.
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